Monday, October 7, 1918

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Ben Brumfield at Jan 17, 2010 03:55 PM

Monday, October 7, 1918

A good day. The men
folks cut corn this morning.
Ben mowed peas this evening.
The rest of them cut corn
all day. Little Henry and
the Owen boys worked at it all
day. Josie sewed some
this morning. This evening we
picked peas. Mrs Owen and
Beatrice picked all the evening.
Mrs Dawson come after some
apples and got them.

Carrie cooked the first meal
on her new range this morning.
Tobacco was so dry that we
could not strip this morning.
We had turnip salit
for dinner and cornbread.

10 oclock

Monday, October 7, 1918

A good day. The men
folks cut corn this morning.
Ben mowed peas this evening.
The rest of them cut corn
all day. Little Henry and
the Owen boys worked at it all
day. Josie sewed some
this morning. This evening we
picked peas. Mrs Owen and
Beatrice picked all the evening.
Mrs Dawson come after some
apples and got them.

Carrie cooked the first meal
on her new range this morning.
Tobacco was so dry that we
could not strip this morning.
We had turnip salit
for dinner and cornbread.

10 oclock